Whether you are completely renovating your kitchen, or if you just need a daily dose of design inspiration; here are 5 design personalities you must follow. Find out which designer you resonate most with.

Joanna Gaines: Farmhouse Chic

Follow her: https://www.instagram.com/joannagaines

We’ve all heard about Joanna Gaines and no doubt have seen her in action on her extremely popular HGTV program “The Fixer Upper”, but if you love the classic farmhouse chic look, you’ll love following her on Instagram. When asked about her style Joanna responds, “I tend to stick to a classic look and I like to incorporate character and interest with unexpected décor and design.” If you love her look try replicating it by using subway tiles, rustic woods and exposed industrial piping in your kitchen design.



Photo Credit: http://people.hgtv.com/talent/joanna-gaines/joanna-gaines-bio


Darryl Carter: Masculine Design

Follow him:  https://www.instagram.com/darrylcarterdesign/

This classy former lawyer’s design is a reflection of his personality: professional, cool and collected. His spaces are typically more masculine with minimal accessorizing, strong lines and neutral colors.  If you want to create a kitchen that is worthy of Darryl’s approval start with white cabinets, pull in simple accessories and use more masculine textiles like wood, leather, stone and iron.



Photo Credit: https://www.onekingslane.com/live-love-home/darryl-carter/


Kelly Wearstler: Eclectic Design

Follow her: http://instagram.com/KELLYWEARSTLER

If you’ve got an eye for the eclectic Kelly Wearstler is your girl.  Kelly’s style oozes class with her ultra-chic accessories, vibrant colors and personal touches from her own worldwide travels. When designing your own kitchen, take inspiration from Kelly by pairing bright colors with bold shapes.


Jonathan Adandler: Expressive Accessorizor

Follow him: http://instagram.com/jonathanadler


Jonathan’s design philosophy is to “build a timelessly chic foundation, then accessorize with abandon”. His style is often built with a mono or dualchromatic palate, then accessorized with bright and vibrant colors, accessories and his signature, hand thrown pottery. To replicate his style start with classically modern pieces, then accessorize, accessorize, accessorize.


Photo Credit: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/8272-10-questions-with-jonathan-adler/

Nickey Kehoe- Vintage Boehme

Follow her: https://www.instagram.com/nickeykehoe/

If you love old world charm, antiques, and vintage finds you’ll love Nickey’s bohemian style. She says her aesthetic can be described as “artful, modern and vintage”, but she adds a touch of class and elegance that brings her style full circle. If you want to replicate one of her remarkable kitchens don’t be afraid to mix vintage pieces with modern furniture and accessorize with funky prints and textiles.